Trae Young will spend Halloween with the Raptors

What better way to start November off right and end October in style than with a substantial program. Seven matches are on the menu with some scary posters, requiring context. There’s nothing like a little NBA between two sweeties.



  • 0h : Wizards – Sixers
  • 0h : Hornets-Kings
  • 12:30 p.m : Nets-Pacers (on beIN 4)
  • 12:30 p.m : Raptors-Hawks (on beIN 1)
  • 1 hour : Bucks – Pistons
  • 2 hours : Jazz – Grizzlies
  • 3 hours : Clippers-Rockets


Nets – Pacers, we grant you, it’s clearly not the most compelling matchup of the night, and it’s still worth the detour. Above all, to see how Brooklyn will manage the chaos on the ground… but also behind the scenes. Just remember that the Nets have won just one game out of five. The penultimate bridge franchise in the East needs to start its season, and to do so, it needs a string of victories. The opponent moving forward in the bays of Barclays Center is known, as the Pacers pushed the Nets two days ago behind the brilliant Haliburton-Mathurin duo. On the side of the farmers is Daniel Theis out And TJ McConnell and Aaron Nesmith are there day by day. For the last day of work Steve Nash will do without TJ Warren and Seth Curry’s presence is also uncertain. Great game or not, the Nets need to win tonight to bring some light into the lives of their fans, as the Pacers have no pressure and maybe that will be the difference…

Tune in tonight at 00:30 for the second half of your screen, Raptors – Hawks. From them the poor Those who are likely to play spoilsport this season in the conference. Both teams are solid and off to a decent start to the season. The Falcons are 4th with 4 wins to 2 losses, the Dinosaurs are just behind with 3 wins and 3 losses. The opposition can therefore spring surprises for us, especially when we see zinzins who will trample the ground. Fred VanVleet will look to pick the pockets of a Trae Young who has been on fire since the start of the season, and while we’re talking about a successful start, How not to mention Pascal Siakam. Tone, highlights, golden youth and always a special atmosphere, you will understand that everyone has meetings around 12:30 to hang out in the middle of Jurassic World. The only two to miss him would be Atlanta’s Bogdan Bogdanovic and Toronto’s Otto Porter Jr.

Although snakes are charmed by a certain type of music, jazz doesn’t seem to appease grizzlies, last I heard. Memphis vs. Utah If we’d been asked earlier in the season, we’d have clearly bet on a big win for Ja Morant and co — and more. However, today the Jazz have the best record (5 wins – 2 losses), one more win than the Oursons. Surprised at the beginning of the season, the Utah troops are playing without complex and have found a leader in the face of the team. Kelly Olynyk Lauri Markkanen. The last conflict was only a few days ago, and it was the Mormons who were victorious. The hour of revenge has arrived for Memphis, even if Ja Morant could be gone, as could rookie Jake LaRavia. Danny Green, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Ziaire Williams are no longer listed as absent. For jazz, Rudy Gay, Simone Fontecchio and Walker Kessler are featured day by day. Either way, this Jazz-Grizzlies is the ultimate clash in the Wild West. This sentence is strange, but for the rest of the program there is an alarm clock at 2 o’clock.


  • Doc Rivers is trying to save his job, a new phase in Washington. It would also be nice to have a word or two with Bradley Beal to stop sending his cousin to play in his place.
  • What better way to scare yourself this Halloween night than watching a good Hornets vs. Kings?
  • The Nets saga continues with a new episode, new adventures.
  • Animal lovers are treated to Falcons and Dinosaurs.
  • Bucks – Pistons, this is a guaranteed comfortable evening for one of the two teams, it’s up to you to decide which one.
  • Kelly Olynyk is a powerhouse for an NBA team… you should take advantage while you still have time!

Halloween makes it so we’ll have the right to buy some cool costumes before the players come out to battle on the floor, because no matter the party, the NBA never stops. A very enjoyable program with seven games and lord tables. Plus, it’s time to set the clock in the living room.

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